Chapter One, Churchill and History
1. Where did the author, John Keegan, grow up?
(a) Soviet Union.
(c) United States.
(d) Great Britain.
2. In the beginning, the author views Churchill as:
(a) A relic.
(b) A dictator.
(c) A fanatic.
(d) An extrovert.
3. The author believes Churchill looks:
4. Churchill's common dress was:
(a) Shapeless siren suit and stovepipe hat.
(b) Wool top coat and felt hat.
(c) Crisp khaki air force uniform.
(d) Full cut trousers and hand-painted ties.
5. What did Churchill usually have in his hand?
(a) A book.
(b) A hat.
(c) Speech notes.
(d) A cigar.
6. Churchill was a leader of which political party?
7. During the authors' generation, which party was creating a social revolution?
(a) Whig party.
(b) Labour party.
(c) Communist party.
(d) Conservative party.
8. What seemed the touchstone of last-gasp Churchillianism?
(a) Overturn of Socialism.
(b) Overturn of Nazism.
(c) Control of Aisne River.
(d) Suez Canal control.
9. Where did Keegan go to study?
(a) Los Angeles.
(b) New York.
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